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Math Word Problem Board - Graphic Organizer
Print on card stock and laminate. Use dry erase markers to write on.
Students quickly learn how to complete word problems. Perfect for differentiated instruction, ELL students, ESL students, special education students, and students that just need a few

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Task cards are fantastic for scavenger hunts, races and differentiation. This ready-to-set use set of task cards is ideal for practice and review of Pythagorean Theorem word problems. Skip the worksheet…but still get the practice. One set of cards has word problems. The other set of cards has soluti

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Also included in: Pythagorean Theorem Bundle for PreAlgebra or Geometry

2 Step Multiplication Word Problem Board - Graphic Organizer "Let's Write A Two Step, Multiplication Problem"
Print on card stock and laminate. Use dry erase markers to write on. Teacher instructions and sentence stems are included on the Excel worksheet; however, only the student board is in the

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In this mega package workbook, students will learn how to use both their
right and left brain. This workbook focuses on brain teasers designed to
stimulate the brain cells and cause positive discovery in the mind of your
students. The development of the brain is an essential part in the
learnin

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4 Choice Board with over 35 different activities for students to complete.

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Compound Interest Word Problems Practice and Review is a great way to practice and assess students’ ability to solve compound interest word problems. Students can use multiple methods to solve compound interest problems. Skip the worksheet...but still get the practice. One set of cards word probl

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STAAR review covering adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing rational numbers. Percent increase and decrease are also covered. It is a must for reviewing vital STAAR type questions.

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I used this article....
http://nrich.maths.org/2473
as a basis for creating a range of questions and prompts for educators to consider when having conversations with students around their Mathematical thinking.

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Compound Events Worksheet
10 word problems worksheet

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Engage your students in the problem solving process with this guided inquiry activity.
Individually or in small groups of 2 - 4, students will watch a brief video of New York City Marathon finishers and will be prompted with a word problem to determine how many elite runners are still racing afte

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BASIC MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY
MEDICAL MATH MEASURES and CONVERSIONS
(Pre-med) – Part 4
Includes: Worksheet and Quiz
Commonly Used Medical Math Measures and Conversions
Metric

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You always knew your friendship with an eccentric scientist was interesting but you never thought it would lead to this!Your students will need to use their knowledge of linear functions in standard form,(mainly word problems), x and y-intercepts, literal equations and line of best fit in order to e

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Postal rates have been figured by the ounce since July 1, 1885. Students• This activity allows the students to create graphs and equations based on the price of mailing a letter up to one ounce. The explanation of reasoning pieces are important as we move to the common core and also are more awar

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Use engaging animation of Math problem and worksheet to introduce Multiplication.
Sahil has a magic moneybox. Watch this cute animation to see why Sahil is so excited to have this moneybox.
You can use this activity as warm up/bell ringers, review, group activity, and remedial-activity. The voi

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Looking for ways to challenge your students to think deeply and critically while learning about math? Need an easy tool that can be used over and over again to build thinking skills in math? This set of 10 Socratic Math cards is a great tool for every math teacher to have! Print 3 copies of page

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This is a very difficult concept for Middle School students to master. Students need to be able to find the whole when given a part and percent, and find the part when given a whole. This skill also strengthens financial literacy in students.

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What is a metric system?
The metric system is the measuring system based on the meter, liter, and gram as units of length, capacity, and weight or mass. The easier way to memorize the metric system is by using the memorization line:
“King Henry Died by drinking chocolate milk”
Where:
King has K

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I used this activity to assist my students with disabilities in an inclusion algebra 1 classroom to help them understand the function of y=mx+b, problem solve real life situations, compare/contrast/analysis, work with a partner, and self discover. There are different levels to each word problem give

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This fun scavenger hunt will keep your students engaged as they work on solving area equation word problems.
Included with your purchase is the scavenger hunt, student recording page, as well as the easy to read answer key.

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A totally radical new product, the only one you need to assess radical functions in Algebra II. This product contains 119 multiple choice questions with four choices each plus 1 question with multiple answers. This is in an editable word format which allows you to delete questions, rearrange, or ins

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This lesson plan includes clear and concise explanations, examples, and practice problems that will help students see how powerful a tool the FTC is for solving AP Calculus problems. This lesson plan is intended to be used after students have already learned how to evaluate definite integrals by ha

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I have always hated percent problems!
How do you solve them? What if you know the percent? What if you are looking for the percent?
I could never keep them straight until now. Thanks to an excellent math tutor, I have learned the ONE WAY to solve any percent pr

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4 Choice Board with over 35 different activities for students to complete.

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Types of Angles Quiz
10 questions
Vertical angles
complementary angles
supplementary angles
right angle
acute and obtuse angle
My Quizzes:
4th Grade Word Problems Quiz (10 Q)
Equations and Inequalities Quiz (20 Questions)
An Introduction to Functions Quiz (11 Questions)
Evaluate Expres

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